|These upcoming ProRodeo Hall of Fame events are all open to the public. Reservations are required for some events. To be added to our mailing list call 719-528-4732. Additional information about each event will be added as they become available.
“A Look Back at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Professional Rodeo” opens in the 101 Gallery – May 1, 2014
Drawing will take place December 1, 2014 at the Wrangler Gold Buckle Gala in Las Vegas. Need not be present to win. No limit on the number of tickets you can buy.
The saddle is a custom saddle made by Cactus Saddlery. Saddle type is a Ranch Cutter with a 15” seat, a floral border, 2” aluminum with leather bottom stirrups, and 6 saddle strings. Retail value $2,800.
Saddle drawing tickets can be purchase by calling (719)528-4732 or email email@example.com with contact information. Good luck!
ProRodeo Hall of Fame 35th Anniversary Commemorative Montana Silversmiths Elite belt buckle. They are limited edition with only 35 buckles available, numbered 1 through 35. Some numbers are spoken for and sold already so get yours today! Celebrating 35 years of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, these beautiful buckles will be something you will be proud to wear. Call (719) 528-4764 to order your special number. We cannot guarantee they will be available later this summer.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Mine That Bird, the bay gelding who shocked the horse racing world by winning the 2009 Kentucky Derby at 50-1 odds, will be at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 29, as part of a local tour to help promote the feature film “50-1.”
Visitors will be able to view him and his Kentucky Derby trophy in the ProRodeo Hall of Fame Zoetis Barn and take photos. Admission is by regular museum admission price.
There will be special screenings of the film “50-1” at the First & Main Town Center Cinemark, 3305 Cinema Point at 7 p.m. both Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday is the VIP reception with admission to the film, food from the Wobbly Olive and a photo opportunity with Mine That Bird for $40. The $10 movie-only package on Thursday includes admission, a voucher for one small popcorn and a small soda, along with a chance to see Mine That Bird.
Both programs will benefit the USAFA Equestrian Center Warrior Wellness Program, which recognizes the healing qualities of horses. Service members from all branches can participate in the program as a way to cope with their mental and physical injuries, especially those that are combat-related.
Mine That Bird will cap his Pikes Peak area visit on Saturday, Aug. 30 with an appearance at the Air Force Academy’s season-opening football game with Nicholls State.